#1
If so, please translate "your seawater is wine" into french for me. I'll explain why I need this doing soon, just need the translation ASAP.

Thanks all you french pit monkeys.
#6
French from france, and google translate or anyother traslator is too innacurate for my needs :x ofc i already considered it
#7
Quote by Godsmack_IV
Ton eau de mer est du vin.


wat


This I believe.

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#8
Quote by Helloween4Ever
votre eau marine est du vin
tanslator my good friend.
tell me what its for


it is wrong.


Votre vest est du vin.

Vote manteau est du vin


Sweatshirt does not have a proper french term. Vest in french is more of a hoodie, zip-up. Manteau is more of a coat.
#9
Quote by 05t16
If so, please translate "your seawater is wine" into french for me. I'll explain why I need this doing soon, just need the translation ASAP.

Thanks all you french pit monkeys.


I assume you're Jesus and you're going to a French wedding?

Jesus doesn't speak French then. Which means all the people in France praying to him are pretty much screwed. I think this says a lot about France.

...Or maybe there's a much more reasonable explanation for this. >.>
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#10
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it is wrong.


Votre vest est du vin.

Vote manteau est du vin


Sweatshirt does not have a proper french term. Vest in french is more of a hoodie, zip-up. Manteau is more of a coat.

I'm not looking for sweatshirt, I'm looking for seawater
#11
Ton eau de mer est du vin.
Your water of sea is some wine.
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I assume you're Jesus and you're going to a French wedding?

Jesus doesn't speak French then. Which means all the people in France praying to him are pretty much screwed. I think this says a lot about France.

...Or maybe there's a much more reasonable explanation for this. >.>

Believe me there is a better reason than religion...
#13
Quote by Godsmack_IV
Ton eau de mer est du vin.


This is your answer, et bien oui je parle le francais. C'est pas seulement le Quebec et la France qui le parle.
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Quote by KurtCobain9898
it is wrong.


Votre vest est du vin.

Vote manteau est du vin


Sweatshirt does not have a proper french term. Vest in french is more of a hoodie, zip-up. Manteau is more of a coat.


Sweatshirt =/= Seawater

Similar...but there is a subtle difference
What I just said is a lie.
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Quote by 05t16
Believe me there is a better reason than religion...


Clever, taking a facetious comment and using it to take a totally pointless shot at religion, the easiest target for hxc 12 year olds everywhere.

I wouldn't care if you were being funny, but so far as I can tell you're just being a bitter arse.
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#16
Quote by 05t16
French from france, and google translate or anyother traslator is too innacurate for my needs :x ofc i already considered it


Le Québécois have their own slang words and ways of saying things.
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Quote by break-me-in
Clever, taking a facetious comment and using it to take a totally pointless shot at religion, the easiest target for hxc 12 year olds everywhere.

I wouldn't care if you were being funny, but so far as I can tell you're just being a bitter arse.

stfu? I wasn't "taking a shot" at religion. I am religious myself. Arrogant troll is arrogant.
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Quote by 05t16
stfu? I wasn't "taking a shot" at religion. I am religious myself. Arrogant troll is arrogant.


If I were a troll, you'd have already screwed up badly.

Well then please explain your comment to me, it seems completely pointless and doesn't answer the why of this thread at all.
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#20
I speak a few words wich basically mean that I don't speak french, I've forgotten how to type them though so I won't
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#22
Quote by break-me-in
Clever, taking a facetious comment and using it to take a totally pointless shot at religion, the easiest target for hxc 12 year olds everywhere.

I wouldn't care if you were being funny, but so far as I can tell you're just being a bitter arse.



he wasnt trying to do anything, stop trying to be such a clever ****.
#23
Quote by Godsmack_IV
Ton eau de mer est du vin.


wat

This is the best answer for a direct phrase to phrase tranlsation but if it's some sort of express that i'm unaware of you might want to tell us what prupose this phrase serves in your text, only then will you get a perfect answer!

But this is a very good one

je savais pas que y avais des francais ici
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#24
"Ton eau de mer est du vin."
or
"Ton eau à goûte la marde."

But srsly, it's the first one.

But what's the meaning of it there?
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#25
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Le Québécois have their own slang words and ways of saying things.


Québec french and France french is like American and English english.
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